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Omics approaches for the engineering of pathogen resistant plants
(Horizon Scientific Press, 2015-12)
The attack of different pathogens, such as bacteria, fungi and viruses has a negative impact on crop production. In counter such attacks, plants have developed different strategies involving the modification of gene ...
Antagonistic properties of bionectria sp. 6.21 against plant pathogenic fungi.
(In: SYMPOSIUM ON BACTERIAL GENETICS AND ECOLOGY - BAGECO 2011, 11., 2011, Corfu. Book of Abstracts... Corfu: University of Athens, 2011. P4.19., 2011)
Arabidopsis thaliana: A model host plant to study plant-pathogen interaction using Chilean field isolates of Botrytis cinerea
(Sociedad de Biología de Chile, 2006)
The role of prophage in plant-pathogenic bacteria
A diverse set of phage lineages is associated with the bacterial plant-pathogen genomes sequenced to date. Analysis of 37 genomes revealed 5,169 potential genes (approximately 4.3 Mbp) of phage origin, and at least 50 had ...
Variability of the anthracnose fungus Colletotrichum graminicola in sorghum genotype mixtures.
(Fitopatologia Brasileira, Brasilia, v. 29, n. 5, p. 567-569, 2004., 2004)
Plant mitochondria under pathogen attack: A sigh of relief or a last breath?
Plants constitute excellent sources for pathogen nutrition and survival. To fight against pathogen attack, higher plants have developed a sophisticated immune system responsible for pathogen recognition and activation of ...
Bacterial Photosensory Proteins and Their Role in Plant–pathogen Interactions
(Wiley Blackwell Publishing, Inc, 2017-05)
Light is an important environmental signal for almost all living organisms. The light perception is achieved by photoreceptor proteins. As can be observed from the great number of bacterial genomes sequenced, plant pathogenic ...
An Overview of Proteomics Tools for Understanding Plant Defense Against Pathogens
(Horizon Scientific Press, 2015-09)
Plant diseases are responsible for important losses incrops and cause serious impacts in agricultural production.In the last years, proteomics has been used to examineplant defense responses against pathogens. Such studiesmay ...
Pathogenicity of two Pratylenchus coffeae populations from Brazil on coffee plants
(Brill Academic PublishersLeidenHolanda, 2007)